Managing With Coaching Competencies- An Overview

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Overview

2.0 Credits
ONLINE

Developing a coaching management style can help you and those around you reach their fullest potential, achieve great results and create win/win conditions.  In today's world, where results are important, the "how" you get them is more important.  Mario Flores focuses on how aligning the management functions used every day with International Coach Federation Coaching Competencies allows one to see how excelling in using these coaching competencies throughout the normal workday can be the management style of choice.  Managing With Coaching Competencies helps you develop a coaching management style that will make you a more effective manager and leader.  Those around you will rejoice!

Objectives

*Exposure to the highest standards of coaching competencies

*Linkage between the standard management functions and the coaching competencies

*What is and is not coaching in the use of the coaching competencies

*Where coaching as a management style fits in the management style continuum

*Application of these coaching competencies

Major Topics

*Definition of Coaching in the International Coaching Federation (ICF) context

*A Framework for Management Functions & the ICF Coaching Competencies

*Distinction between coaching versus mentoring, training and consulting

*Why Having A Coaching Mentality is Important to be an effective coach

*How coaching competencies are congruent with Solution-Focused Coaching

*What results can be expected from using these coaching and managing competencies together

*How can the success of coaching be measured

Designed For

All management (executives, managers, supervisors, administrators, individual contributors)

Prerequisite

None

Advanced Preparation

None